Tania Marinos joined Karp Strategies as an analyst with expertise in sustainable urban planning, stakeholder engagement and outreach strategy, and project management. A graduate of the Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs, Tania brings a cross-sector and equity-driven approach to her work with clients varying from the Center for Court Innovation to NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA). She has a demonstrated ability to connect clients to the communities they serve by using qualitative research to inform stakeholder outreach and engagement strategy on both hyper-local and citywide scales. Tania’s policy recommendations have been implemented at the municipal level and have improved the City’s third-party vendor management system and increased artist access to the Percent for Art program with NYC HRA and NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC), respectively. Skilled at graphics, branding, and communications, Tania uses engaging and cohesive visuals to communicate complex policies, data, and tailored solutions.
Tania holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science and Urban Planning from Dickinson College, and is a graduate of the Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs. She is a native New Yorker and is certified in Design Thinking from IDEO U.